Steffen Barszus | 1 Apr 02:01 2003
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Re: bugs (wish list for 9.2)

On Sunday 30 March 2003 23:49, Toran Korshnah wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I read the 9.2 thread and I begin to wonder if 9.1 is a good release.
> Are there really so many bugs?
> I expect really 9.1 to be better than 9.0...
>

It is better. I think we think about how could mandrake improve ;)

*No software is bug free*

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edtandi | 1 Apr 01:06 2003

[Bug 3624] [galeon] New: Frequent browser crashes (galeon and mozilla)

http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=3624

           Product: galeon
         Component: galeon
           Summary: Frequent browser crashes (galeon and mozilla)
           Version: 1.3.3-2mdk
          Platform: PC
        OS/Version: All
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
        AssignedTo: fcrozat <at> mandrakesoft.com
        ReportedBy: edtandi <at> yahoo.co.uk

I am getting mozilla and galeon crashes quite frequently. At first, I thought it
might be the flash plugin, or the Java plugin. But some of the pages work in
Galeon if the zoom setting is left at 100%.

It is easier to reproduce in Galeon if I increase the zoom to 120%. This happens
consistently on certain pages (try some on LinuxToday.com).

I don't understand why this is hapenning. Could it be that I have an old library
somewhere and that a dependency is missing? Could it be a corrupt library?
Anyone else having problems like this?

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Pascal Terjan | 1 Apr 01:24 2003

Re: Bug with G++ and 9.0

Josh Seidel wrote:
> I have a source file that compiles, but there is a
> syntax error in the file. I also compiled with an
> older version of g++ (I think it was 2.1 or 1.2, some
> obsolete version that is on a SunOS machine I don't
> have access to). In .NET (I do not own it, it is my
> professors computer) it throws a Syntax error on line
> 156, that there is not a return statement. When I fix
> then add the return statement on line 156 in .NET it
> then compiles and gives the same output as g++ in
> mandrake 9.0 which does not throw the syntax error.

When you ask for warnings( what you should always do), last one is :

project1.cpp: In member function `bool RoundRobinBlockedList::isEmpty() 
const':
project1.cpp:157: warning: control reaches end of non-void function

That means a return is missing. That's not an error so I guess there is 
a default value (maybe 0 or it is undefined, I don't know the norm) when 
return is missing.

luigiwalser | 1 Apr 01:30 2003

[Bug 2337] [initscripts] setting TMPDIR for security level 2 ?

http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2337

------- Additional Comments From luigiwalser <at> yahoo.com  2003-04-01 01:30 -------
Didn't the standard security level used to be 3?  It is 2 now, and at that level TMPDIR doesn't get set to
$HOME/tmp (why?) so we have now taken a step backward.

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assigned_to: pixel <at> mandrakesoft.com
status: UNCONFIRMED
creation_date: 
description: 
Hi,

by download, mozilla creates a temporary file (something.exe) in /tmp. However,
/tmp is now a filesystem by default with size approximately 200MB. Thus one
cannot download files larger than 200MB.

Is it enough to delete the /tmp line in /etc/fstab? (Suse suggests aleso changes
in /etc/init.d/boot.swap?
Except of not using the tmpfs for /tmp, is it possible to change the behavior of
mozilla? I did not find anything in Preferences.

Thanks
Milos

luigiwalser | 1 Apr 01:40 2003

[Bug 2255] [drakxtools] Bad frequency ranges in /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 in mdk-9.1rc2/mdk-9.1 final

http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2255

------- Additional Comments From luigiwalser <at> yahoo.com  2003-04-01 01:40 -------
I'm just jumping in here, I have a different monitor.  Where are we supposed to report the info you mention? 
For me, I have:
19.13 inches monitor (truly 17.72')  EISA ID=LKM5580

It's a Futura K9034 (K9034LD), manufactured by Likom USA.  The ranges are:
horiz: 30-95
vert: 50-160

I think my sister has a K7034 and the ranges are the same for it.

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Using mandrake-9.1rc1. XFdrake generates these default ranges for 1024x768: 

   HorizSync 31.5- 57 
   VertRefresh 50-70 

Obviously, which these ranges it is impossible to get any refresh rate above 
70Hz. Since XFdrake does not allow one to choose the refresh rate, the default 
ranges should be larger, something like: 

(Continue reading)

pitrou | 1 Apr 01:54 2003

[Bug 3625] [mod_php] New: iconv not enabled by default in php

http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=3625

           Product: mod_php
         Component: program
           Summary: iconv not enabled by default in php
           Version: 4.3.1-1mdk
          Platform: PC
        OS/Version: All
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: enhancement
          Priority: P2
        AssignedTo: jmdault <at> mandrakesoft.com
        ReportedBy: pitrou <at> free.fr

As of Mandrake 9.1, the iconv module is not enabled by default in mod_php.
However, it is a simple matter of turning on the --with-iconv in ./configure. No
third party library is needed (glibc is enough ;-)). Thus it would be a good
idea to ship php with iconv enabled (it helps converting between character sets).

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Robert L Martin | 1 Apr 01:58 2003
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Re: new repository?

well, that was just a few of my ideas for this repository, I gotta go now:)
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My suggestion ftp://operahouse.linux-mandrake.com
mantainer--- The Phantom

Robert L Martin | 1 Apr 02:01 2003
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Re: wish list for 9.2

But how easy is it to set up MS-DOS
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depends on how hard you want it to be IF you have the floppies/ or a partition handy

Francisco Alcaraz | 1 Apr 02:19 2003

Re: New Nvidia drivers for Linux (4349)

I have had a lot of problem with this new release. One of the times I lost the 
3d; the second try I get a switched off screen.

At the moment I have returned to textar Nvidia rpms.

Could anyone be so kind as to explain all the step to have it runing under 
9.1?

Thansk so much in advance

El Lunes, 31 de Marzo de 2003 23:41, villin escribiĆ³:
> Hello,
> it seems that nvidia is trying to make a step not to open source but to
> update easily it's drivers under linux...
> http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?IO=linux_display_ia32_1.0-4349
> I'll try them asap as my download is finished.
> Olivier

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Gary Lawrence Murphy | 1 Apr 03:37 2003

Bamboo fails to update Dolphin: Failure in swap.pm


Everything went well until it tried to mount the disks for an
update: this is on a Dell Dimension cx700

Failure in line 130 of the perl-install/swap.pm file, cannot mount
swap and it won't go past this error.

The error consoles say unable to mount swapon(/dev/hda2) and F4
says "unable to find swapspace signature".  I'm going to re mkswap
that partition and try again ...

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